June 10, 2011

One Paper Projects (OPP)

Oh pretty paper. . . cutie, cutie paper . . . come home with me baby.

As I said in last month's blog candy conversation on Supplies, I love paper. Especially what I call really 'hardworking' papers. Papers whose patterns provide opportunities to make a variety of distinctive projects. For a frugal crafter like me, they really stretch my dollars.

OA : Thrift Shop Last One

So I'm starting a One Paper Projects (OPP) series on this blog. The idea is to chose one paper from my stash like this one released by October Afternoon in January 2010. Create at least three projects from it to completely use up the paper.

Making Memories : Passport Ledger Teal

Next month, I'll be playing with something positively ancient -this paper released by Making Memories in June 2008. And I'd love for you to join in. If you have a hardworking paper to recommend, leave me a comment. Better still, if you've used one paper for two or more projects let me know.

Now go here for June OPP #1.


Sue said...

Hi Sandy you are asking alot to use a sheet of paper har har you know i just love to look and stroke but will try my best take care Luv Sue x

Ps Took the papers i won from you to craft club and your fab card it was loved by everyone !!!! and i had to stop them strokeing the papers too

Patti J said...

Yikes, like TOTALLY use a whole sheet? OMG!!! It's going to be tough....good luck!

Sandi said...

There is no one more clever with a sheet of paper than you my friend!

aussiechick said...

cool idea you are a papercraft queen

onecraftymama said...

That IS a challenge...I'm one that hoards the last little bits, but I *think* I'm pretty good about using papers more than once. What a neat idea for a regular feature - I can't wait to see what comes next!

Hilda said...

Brilliant idea! Would certainly learn how to stretch my stash too. More often than not, my scraps just multiply exponentially. LOL

NickelNook said...

Can't wait to see what you do Sandy!...Nancy :o)

Stella said...

I am imptessed by your use of old papers and I have no doubt that the projects made with the Making Memories papers will be just as stunning!